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Corazon Contento: Sonoran Recipes and Stories from the Heart Corazon Contento: Sonoran Recipes and Stories from the Heart by Madeline Gallego Thorpe, Mary Tate Engels
Madeline Gallego Thorpe grew up in Tucson, Arizona, in the home of her grandparents in the late 1940s and 1950s. Surrounded by extended family and Tucson's large Hispanic community, she absorbed the rich culture along the border between Arizona and the Mexican state of Sonora. This book is filled with the distinctive regional recipes, recuerdos (family stories) and dichos (sayings) that Gallego Thorpe grew up with. It also contains the herbal remedios (remedies) her grandmother used for healing, as well as recipes for more widely known foods such as tamales, enchiladas, and posole.
Light the Fire: Fiery Food With a Light New Attitude Light the Fire: Fiery Food With a Light New Attitude by Linda Matthie-Jacobs
Hot and healthy, this book is filled with sizzling, steamy, and utterly irresistible Southwestern recipes that are low in fat and salt. This cookbook is highly recommended.
El Charro Cafe: The Tastes and Traditions of Tucson El Charro Cafe: The Tastes and Traditions of Tucson by Carlotta Flores
El Charro Cafe is famous throughout the United States and the world for its vibrant, fresh Mexican food and fiesta-like atmosphere. Carlotta includes prized family recipes as well as those that make El Charro a Tucson delight and tradition. She tells stories of the four generations of her family who have worked at El Charro since its beginnings in 1922, making it the oldest family-run restaurant in the Southwest.
Reflections Under the Sun: The Brightest Collection of the Best Recipes from the Junior League of Phoenix Reflections Under the Sun: The Brightest Collection of the Best Recipes from the Junior League of Phoenix edited by the Junior League of Phoenix
This exciting book features more than 200 recipes reflecting the resort lifestyle of the Valley of the Sun. Favorites from the group's previous books have been combined with more than 100 new contributions from current members and 23 renowned area chefs. Unique menus and wine recommendations enhance this cookbook, making it perfect for cooks of every skill level.
Arizona Highways Heritage Cook Book Arizona Highways Heritage Cook Book by Louise Dewald
From frontier to Mexican, Spanish to Indian, this cookbook showcases Arizona's diverse cultural heritage. Author Louise DeWald combines intriguing history and regional flavor in 200 tempting recipes. Historical photographs, anecdotes, and a culinary glossary add to the fun.
Arizona Cook Book Arizona Cook Book by Al Fischer, Mildred Fischer (Editors)
Includes Native American, Mexican and western recipes made from ingredients for which Arizona is famous.
Sedona Cook Book: Recipes from Red Rock Country Sedona Cook Book: Recipes from Red Rock Country by Susan K. Bollin
Mouth-watering recipes inspired by the beauty of Sedona and its awesome landscape. Includes fascinating Sedona trivia and original art inspired by this famous locale.

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